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So shall it remain for my future 
The beacon, the eternal beam . . . 

Gerard Manley Hopkins 





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"Walk through the halls. Listen at the classroom 
doors. In one — a lesson on the nature of Greek 
tragedy. In another — a drill on who and whom. In 
another — a hum of voices intoning French declen- 
sions. In another — silence: a math quiz. 

Whatever the problems and frustrations of teach- 
ers and pupils, something very exciting is going on. 
Education is going on." 

— Bel Kaufman 




Leslie Bernal 



Arthur F. Baker 



Assistant Superintendent 



Superintendent 



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Urville J. Beaumont 

Principal 




"He is immortal not because he alone among creatures has an 
inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul; a spirit capable of 
compassion and sacrifice and endurance.'' 

— William Faulkner 



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Mrs. Bertha Potvin Mrs. Florence Byrne 

Secretaries 



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Dean of Girls 



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W. Earl Lister 

Assistant Principal 



"I have lived long enough to be battered by the realities of life 
and not too long to be downed by them." 

— John Mason Brown 



Guidance Counselors 





Alton Bailey 



Janet McLennan 



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"If we work upon marble it will perish; if we 
work upon brass, time will efface it; if we rear 
temples, they will crumble into dust; but if we 
work upon immortal minds, if we imbue them 
with principles, with just the fear of God and 
love of our fellow men, we engrave on those 
tablets something which will brighten all eter- 
nity." 

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Mrs. Patricia Conroy 






Mr. Albert Francis Jr. 



Mr. Thomas Grella 



Mrs. Shirley Hovanasian 



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Mrs. Charlotte Butler 




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Social 



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Mr. Stephen Fortado 



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Science 





Mrs. Joan Lane 



Mr. John Ziminski 




Mr. Peter Mazzaglia 





Mr. Roger Payette 



Mr. William Russell 



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Math 




Miss Phyllis Chiarenza 



Mr. Ermont Goldsmith, Jr. 




Mr. John Heggarty 





Mrs. Ruth Lockaby 



Mr. Robert Fradette 






Mrs. Barbara Souza 



Mr. Frank Yelle 




Business 





Miss Ruth Lange 



Miss Kittee Mclntire 




Mrs. Margaret Morgan 





Mrs. Jean Rimas 



Miss Kathleen Doran 





Miss Claire St. Pierre 



Mrs. Virginia Wilman 



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Miss Doris Belisle 





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Mr. Gerard E. Gagne 



Mrs. Mildred Kendall 



Miss Stella Faro 




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Arts 



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Mr. Paul Constantineau 



Miss Alice Coulson 





Mr. Allen Gammons 



Mr. Joseph Gregory 



Mrs. Carol Prasad 



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and Skills 





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Mrs. Mildred Kern 





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Physical Education 




Mr. David Marsh 



Mr. Edward Kissell 








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Miss Mary Schruender 





"Could you just wait until I fix my hair?" 



'Ed, could you just wait until they put the puck down?" 




'It's so nice of you girls to give us a hand!' 





"Rebounding at ten feet! That's a new rec- 
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"When I agreed to be Folk Dance Coordina- 
tor I didn't think they would go this far!" 



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SENIORS 



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Lynne Abate 
Lynne 

Monica Abdallah 
Monica 

Richard Alexa 
Rick 



Gail Alliette 
Honk 

John Gary Androski 
Gary 

Rosalind Angelari 
Roz 



Victoria Angelone 
Vicky 

Emily Angus 
Lou 

Vanessa Annaloro 
Van 



Janet Auclair 
Janet 

Elaine Auteri 
Elainya 

Cynthia Avedisian 
Cyndi 



"Happiness is finding a boy in your locker 
Monday morning after a bad weekend." 



David Baldwin 
Dave 

William Barrett 
Squeble 

Robert Bastek 
Bad Boy 



Monroe Bean 
Ken 

Susan Beaulieu 
Sue 

Ronald Becotte 
Ron 



Sandra Becotte 
Sandy 

Linda Belair 
Cookie 

Richard Belair 
Dick 




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Carol Bennett 
Carol 

Ronald Bergeron 
Brillo 

Brian Bernadini 
Bernie 



Angela Blatti 
Ann 

Barbara Blinn 
Barb 

Bruce Boardman 
Link 



Patricia Bodenrader 
Coach 

Steven Bogosian 
Bugs 

Linda Bohne 
Boney Babes 



Harriet Bonin 
Harry 

Helen Bosco 
Liz 

Sandra Bowden 
Sandy 




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Thomas Bramhall 
Tom 

Gayle Broderick 
Squeeze 

Russell Brown 
Gates 



Janice Buglione 
Jan 

Daniel Bulmer 
Dan 

Jane Bunce 
Janie 



Maureen Burke 
Moe 

Elizabeth Burns 
Liz 

Sharon Burns 
8urns/e 




"Happiness is the IBM 
System breaking down.' 



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"Happiness is finding the 
answers to Manter Hall. 




Sharon Byron 
Sam 

John Calobrisi 
Co/o 

Anthony Canzano 
Tony 



Richard Cardone 
Dicky 

Lynne Carter 

Cut 

Donna Chabot 
Chabot 



Pamela Champagne 
Pam 

Pamela Chapdelaine 
Pam 



Brenda Childs 
8ren 



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Charlene Chulada 
Charley 

Paulette Cloutier 
Paulette 

Sharon Cloutier 
Clout 



Carlyne Coco 
Coco Bean 

Robert Conley 
Monster 

Deborah Connors 
Debbie 



Rosanne Consentino 
Rocco 

Vincent Contarino 
Vinny 

Patrick Cooney 
Pat 



Jeanne Couture 
Jeannie 

Richard Crawley 
Dick 

Rita Croteau 
Rita 




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Susan Daley 


Sue 


Deborah Deacy 


Debbie 


Gina De Andrus 


Gin a 



Dennis De Forte 
Dennis 

Kathleen Delage 
Kitten 

Paul D Errico 
Helmet Head 



Gaile De Slmone 
Little Bits 

Leo Desrocher 
Buddy 

Steven Desrochers 
footer 



Carol Devine 
Chicken Legs 

John DiGloria 
Woody 

Rosalind Diminico 
Rozzi 



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"Happiness is knowing 
you're wanted." 




Gail DiNoto 
Go/7 

John Dixon 
John 

Robert Dooley 
Tom 



Neal Dowd 
Neal 

Joseph Duma 
Joe 

Patricia Dumont 
Pat 



Dennis Dupuis 
Avoir 

Debra Eaton 
Debt 

Deborah Ebert 
Deb 




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Leslie Eichler 
Ike 

Kathleen Ellis 
B Ion die 

William Enman 
Doc 



Maurice Faro 
Moe 

Robert Farelli 
Arch 

Linda Fargnoli 
Fag 



Kathryn Federico 
Kathy 

Debra Fillipon 
Debbie 

Salvatore Fisic hell i 
Sam 



Joan Fleming 
Juanita 

Thomas Fontaine 
Fly 

James Ford 
Jamie 




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John Ford 
Herbie 

Martha Ford 
Marty 

Evelyn Foster 
Eve 



Justine Fugge 
Jesse 

Patricia Gagnon 
Pat 

Patricia Gale 
Pat 



Susan Gallagher 
Sue 

Mary Garrigan 
Spacy 

Frank Gatenella 
Framk 



"Happiness is getting caught in the Girls' 
Basement." 




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"Happiness is knowing you re right and the 
world s wrong. 



Dennis Geadreau 
Den 

Richard Geary 
Rick 

Elizabeth Giarrusso 
fieffy 



Leila Gilbert 
Leila 

Diane Gioseffi 
Little One 

Andrea Giragosian 
Andy 



Charles Girardi 
Charlie 

Paula Godin 
P. G. 

Joseph Golus 
Romeo 



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Christine Gomes 
Chris 

James Graham 
Otto 

Barbara Grealish 
Barb 



Thomas Greenwood 
Tom 

Stephen Gross 
Steve 

Ann Groves 
Annie 



Claudette Guerard 
Tiny 

Beverly Guerin 
Bev 

David Guilmet 
Dave 



Cheryl Hagopian 
Chen 

David Hajjar 
Dave 

Sheila Hamel 
Camel 




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Ruth Hargreaves 
Scoff y 

Sheila Hayden 
She/7 

William Heffernan 
Bill 



Therese Helbick 
Blub 

Alfred Hicks 
Big Al 

Helen Higgmbottom 
Helen 



Paul Himmer 
He in rich 

Margaret Hoegan 

p eggy 

Jeffrey Hoffman 
Jeff 



Ann Hovanasian 
Annie 

Debra Howard 
Debbie 

Sherrill Howard 
Howie Sr. 



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"Happiness is being 4' 10" and 
having a boy friend 6'2"." 




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Deborah Howarth 
Deb 

Maureen Hyde 
Mi mi 

Allen Incollingo 
Inky 



William Jacinto 
Billy 

Nancy Jacques 
Nanc 

Rita Jean 
Ree 



Barry Joseph 
Barry 

Kenneth Kalitka 
Kenny 

Thomas Kay 
Tom 




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Harold Kazanjian 
Hal 

John Kelleher 
Bronco 

Dianne Kennedy 
White Owl 



Jean Kenney 
Jeannie 

Joanne Kerry 
Joanne 

Dianne Kibersris 
Di 



Paul Kiessling 
Paul 

Marilyn Kisiel 
Maxie 

Debra Klier 
Debbie 



Theresa Kobrenski 
Terry 

Alexis Korbey 
Luckie 

Brenda Korbey 
Brenda 




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Arthur Krikorian 
Artie 

Mary Kubit 
Mary 

David Labbe 
Dave 



Denise Lafitte 
Denise 

Donna La Grange 
Donna 

Michael Lahey 
Margo 



Denise Laliberte 
Deedy 

Raymond Landolt 
Rodriguez 

James La Plante 
Jim 




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Happiness is the end of 
the school day. 



Maureen Larkin 
Moe 

David Lee 
Arnold 

Joann Lee 

Jo 



Carolyn Lemay 
Leroy 

Mark Le Saffre 

Luke 

John L Italien 



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Josephine Lombari 
Jo 

Douglas MacArthur 
Doug 

Richard Maksian 
Rich 



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Carmela Malignaggi 
Millie 

David Mansor 
Zulu 

Joseph Marcello 
Joe 



Dana Maroon 
Dana 

Roger Marquis 
Roger 

Robert Marsland 
Bob 



Bernard Martin 
Atlas 

Thomas Martin 
Marrien 

William McEvoy 
Mac 



William McKay 
Bill 

Kyle McKenzie- 
Mac 

Gail Mercier 

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Robert Messina 
Bob 

David Miele 
Dave 

Bonnie Milone 
Little One 



Brenda Milone 
Peanut 

John Montefusco 
Monte 

Linda Monti 
Lyn 



John Morm 
P. J. 

Paula Morm 
Paula 

Stephen Morm 
Corporal 



Jean Morway 
Jeanie 

Gary Mosher 
Savage 

Jean Mulcahy 
Jeannie 



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"Happiness is knowing that no matter what 
you sing you'll steal the show." 



John Murphy 
John 

Barbara Murray 
Barb 

Jean Nassar 
Jean/e 



Mary Neale 
Mary 

Joseph Nicolosi 
Nick 

Rosemary Nolan 
Rosi 



Michael Norcia 
Mike 

Kathleen O'Connel 
Peanuf 

Cheryl Oliveri 
Cheryl 




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Steve Osgood 
The Oz 

Anthony Pacheco 
Tony 

Joseph Paolino 
Joe 



Donna Paris 
Donna 

Patricia Parker 
Pat 

Charles Payson 
Charlie 




Mary Jane Pearey 


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Thomas Porada 
Ski 

Steve Proctor 
Steve 

Lucille Proulx 
Lucy Baby 



Karen Psaros 
Rocky 

Sherry Psaros 
Sherry 

Steven Radulski 
Steve 



Susan Ratcliffe 
Sue 

William Reardon 
Florae 

James Reuter 
Jim 



"Happiness is having someplace to hide from 
Miss Chadwick." 





"Happiness is seeing your idea of Happiness 
is' in the yearbook." 



Karen Ricci 
Karen 

Russell Riccio 
Russ 

Norma Richardson 
Norma 



Charles Ripley 
Charlie 

Doris Roberts 
Turtle 

Marilyn Roberts 
Bob 



Denise Rochette 
Dee 

Stephen Roddy 
Roddy 

David Ross 
Ross 



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Linda Ross 
Ross 

Gary Rudis 
Gary 

Patricia Ryan 
Ryan 



Sonia Sabor 
Son ia 

Brenda St. Jean 
Saint 

Cathy Salach 
Kat 



David Salach 
Dave 

Genevieve San Antonio 
Gen 

Mitchell Sandler 
Sandman 



Joanne Sapienza 
Joanne 

Marie Sarto 
Marie 

Paula Scalera 
Paula 




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Patricia Scannel 
Pat 

Neil Schubert 
Neil 

Donna Scott 
Donna 



Joseph Scott 
Joe 

Judy Scott 

Judy 

Margaret Scott 
Marggee 



Wendy Seddon 
Jo 

Martin Seremet 
The Skipper 

Richard Sharp 
Rick 



Maryanne Sharrock 
Mary Anne 

Constance Simone 
Connie 

Stephanie Simpson 
Steff 



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"Happiness is wearing saddle shoes without 
everyone thinking you have something 
wrong with your feet.'' 



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Linda Smith 
Suzy 

Lynn Soucy 
Soos 

John Spindler 
Spinny 



Susan Stabile 
Sue 

Cheryl Stetson 
Stets 

Linda Strozza 
Stroz 



Janice Stuart 
Jan 

John Sullivan 
Sully 

Carole Sykes 
Sykes 




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Janice Tarquinio 
Jan 

Marie Theriault 
Ree 

Paul Therrien 
Tex 



Kathleen Thompson 
Kathy 

Doreen Thurber 
Doreen 

Mary Ellen Tinney 
Mary Ellen 



Michael Tobia 
Mike 

Paula Tremblay 
Maudie B. 

Roger Trudel 
The Visitor 



Robert Turco 
Bob 

Jacqueline Turmel 
Jackie 

Frank Valliere 
Frank 




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Denise Veilleux 
French ie 

Carol Vieweg 
Carol 

Paula Vogel 
Paula 



Glenn Wante 
Glenn 

Bernard Webb 
Bernard 

Deborah Weisenborn 
Debbie 



Lee Ann Whitehead 
Legs 

John Whittemore 
Witty-Mo 

Susan Wood 
Woody 




"Happiness is feeling your Cheerios when 
you didn't even eat breakfast.' 



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"Happiness is knowing that after the Prom 
and Graduation we will still have memories.'' 




William Wood 
Billy 

Janet Wyman 
Jan 

Sharon Zambino 
Legs 



Paula Zarzour 

Polly 

Cheryl Zenevitch 
Zen-Zen 

Theresa Beaulieu 
Terry 



Raymond English 
Ray 

Janie Ford 
Janie 

Linda Jean 
Linda 



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Thomas Rubeo 
Tom 

Russell Shea 
Russ 

Deborah Vartanian 
Debbie 






SHY SENIORS 



Patricia Dellechiaie 
Diane Donohue 
Roger Earnshaw 
George Enus 
James Flanagan 



John Garafolo 
John Garvey 
Gary Kurkjian 
Ronald McAnn 
Thomas McNutt 
Gerard Mgrdichian 



Kenneth Mulligan 
Wayne Perron 
Donald Privitera 
Linda Riley 
Jared Towler 



Class of 1970 
Senior Class Advisor 

Mr. Arthur Nicholson 




"He stood erect — 

Smiling, sincere, steadfast — 

His body disciplined and limber. 

A man who bore failure without self-pity, 

And success without self-admiration. 

A man who had become what he could — 

An Athlete. 

— Dag Hammarskjold 






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ATHLETICS 



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1969 Methuen Rangers 

Football Squad 





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'Are you that Hollywood talent scout?'' 



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1969 Cross Country Squad 





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Cross Country is a sport of champions. Its prerequi- 
sites are strength, agility, timing, perseverence, and, 
most important of all, endurance. This year's squad 
showed the true spirit of the sport, as they strove on 
to victories for M.H.S. 





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A better view of the gorgeous graduates!!! 



There is no way to adequately describe the fast-moving action of a Field 
Hockey game — especially if its competitors include the hustling Methuen 
Rangerettes. Their moves are swift and agile; their spirit effervescent and 
glowing; their desire dauntless and overwhelming. For 1969 the girls 
completed an undefeated season with much triumphant pride, a bit of 
reluctant finality, and a few nostalgic tears. 



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Girls' Basketball Team 




Under Co-Captains Cloutier and Hyde, 
this year's basketball team chalked up a 
winning season and several new rec- 
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their play, and surely made a mark for 
girls' sports at T.H.S. that will long be re- 
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Wrestling Team 



Under the direction of their fearless leader, Mr. O Donnell, this year's 
wrestling team proved quick to "grasp all new fundamentals, and went 
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1969-70 Majorettes 



Soloist Maureen Burke 




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Senior Class Officers 



Tom Greenwood — Treasurer 
Dave Salach — President 
Ann Marie Pizzano — Vice President 
Peggy Hoegan — Secretary 



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Junior Class 
Officers 



Steve Devine — V. Pres. 
Mike Langevin — Pres. 
Sue Heffernan — Sec. 
Sue Hovanasian — Treas. 



Sophomore 
Class Officers 




Heidi Lee — Treas., Eddie Parolisi — Pres., Allen Morgan — V. Pres., Sharon Guerard — Sec. 




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Student Council 



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OFFICERS: 

Kathy O'Connell — Treas. 
Jeanne Sarto — Corr. Sec. 
John Dixon — Pres. 
Cheryl Zenevitch — Sec. 
Pam Freeman — Pub. Sec. 

ADVISOR: 

Mrs. Janet McLennan 



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EDITORIAL STAFF: 

Liz Burns 

Gen SanAntonio 

Charlene Chulada — Ed. in Ch 

Paul Himmer 

Robin Eichler 

John Dixon 

Sandra Bowden 

Moe Burke 

Paula Tremblay 

ADVISOR: 

Mr. Albert Francis 



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Pep Club 



OFFICERS: 
Joanne Kerry 
Sandy Bowden 
Gen SanAntonio 
Paula Scalera 
Sue Daley 

ADVISOR: 

Mrs. Louise Gosselln 




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Business Club 




Italian 
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Latin 
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French Club 




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Math 
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German Club 




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especially with all those kids who weren't even on 
the Staff!!! 




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G H S C H 
D E T CORPS 



Tenney's Pride — 
The M.H.S. Cadet Corps 




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The making of a cadet involves careful instruction 





... in all phases of discipline, honor, integrity 



and, most importantly, pride. 




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Remember me? 

i'm the 

boy 

you fell in love 

with 

one day 

in algebra II 

i'm the 

teacher 

who tried 

desperately 

to help you 

remember 

where Wisconsin was 

i'm the 

beat 

your heart 

skipped 

when 

that 100th point 

was made 

i'm the 

book 

of vocabulary words 

that didn't 

help you 

on your SAT's 

anyway 

i'm the 

trophy case 

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were proud of 

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Memories 



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Sophomore Reception 
1969 



Tradition . . . that's what it is — tradition. 
Every year those aged, senile seniors wel- 
come in the innocent, naive sophomores — 
and everyone has a good time of it. The un- 
derclassmen have to take a good deal of 
teasing, and they even end up meeting the 
FACULTY! But, by the time they catch on to it 
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Football 
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Attendants 



Queen — Marie Sarto 
Attendants — Joanne Sapienza 
Mimi Hyde 





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Hail to the Queen, 

Who in Triumph Advances . . . 



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On February 20, 1 970, the Ten- 
ney gymnasium was trans- 
formed into a panorama of mil- 
itary array performed through 
drill and precision in the pres- 
ence of the Queen and her 
subjects. 




As the final decision was made, 
the merits of Company "C" 
were awarded top honors in 
drill competition, and the com- 
pany commanders, having 
reached the culmination of their 
careers in the Corps, were ush- 
ered out ceremoniously. 



As the night unfolded, weeks 
and months of painstaking 
preparation were proven 
worthwhile; the various com- 
panies provided a thrilling spec- 
tacle for all present. 



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Senior Supe 





Class Actor and Actress 

Dave Salach Pat Ryan 



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Most School Spirit 



John Dixon 



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Done Most for the School 

Dave Salach Ann Marie Pizzano 




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Best Dressed 

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Mutt and Jeff 

John Dixon Kathy O'Connel 



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Class Wits 

Phil "Creature" Poisson Peggy Hoegan 



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Most Talkative 



Jeff Hoffman Elaine Auteri 




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Class Flirt and Cassanova 

Jean Nassar Mike Tobia 



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Shy Boy and Shy Girl 

John Ford Carol Vieweg 



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"Let the word go forth 
from this time and place 
to friend and foe alike . 




that THE TORCH 

has been passed to a new generation.'' 

— John F. Kennedy 



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